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Person Details: Ted Smith

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Superfund Research Program

Ted Smith

University of Louisville
Cardiovascular Innovation Institute
320 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd.
Louisville, Kentucky 40202-1756
Phone: 502-852-3993
Email: ted.smith@louisville.edu

Projects

Publications

2023

  • Anderson L, Kanneganti D, Houk MB, Holm RH, Smith T. 2023. Generative AI as a tool for environmental health research translation. Geohealth 7:doi:10.1029/2023GH000875 PMID:37502196 PMCID:PMC10369501
  • Basner M, Smith MG, Jones CW, Ecker AJ, Howard K, Schneller V, Cordoza M, Kaizi-Lutu M, Park-Chavar S, Stahn AC, Dinges DF, Shou H, Mitchell JA, Bhatnagar A, Smith T, Smith AE, Stopforth CK, Yeager R, Keith RJ. 2023. Associations of bedroom PM2.5, CO2, temperature, humidity, and noise with sleep: an observational actigraphy study. Sleep Health 9(3):253-263. doi:10.1016/j.sleh.2023.02.010 PMID:37076419 PMCID:PMC10293115
  • Yeager R, Browning MH, Breyer E, Ossola A, Larson LR, Riggs DW, Rigolon A, Chandler C, Fleischer D, Keith RJ, Walker KL, Hart J, Smith T, Bhatnagar A. 2023. Greenness and equity: Complex connections between intra-neighborhood contexts and residential tree planting implementation. Environ Int 176:107955. doi:10.1016/j.envint.2023.107955 PMID:37196566 PMCID:PMC10367429

2022

  • McLeish AC, Smith T, Riggs DW, Hart J, Walker KL, Keith RJ, Anderson L, Sithu ID, Pinilla-Baquero J, Srivastava S, Bhatnagar A. 2022. Community-based evaluation of the associations between well-being and cardiovascular disease risk. J Am Heart Assoc 11(22):e027095. doi:10.1161/JAHA.122.027095 PMID:36370026

2021

  • Pfeiffer JA, Hart J, Wood LA, Bhatnagar A, Keith RJ, Yeager R, Smith T, Tomlinson M, Gilkey D, Kerstiens S, Gao H, Srivastava S, Walker KL. 2021. The importance of urban planning: Views of greenness and open space is reversely associated with self-reported views and depressive symptoms. Popul Med 3:20. doi:10.18332/popmed/139173 PMID:34368779 PMCID:PMC8341459
  • Wood LA, Tomlinson M, Pfeiffer JA, Walker KL, Keith RJ, Smith T, Yeager R, Bhatnagar A, Kerstiens S, Gilkey D, Gao H, Srivastava S, Hart J. 2021. Time spent outdoors and sleep normality: A preliminary investigation. Popul Med 3:7. doi:10.18332/popmed/132119 PMID:34485920 PMCID:PMC8411876
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